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Daily Archive: July 13, 2017
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Delhi: Cops shot at and thrashed, accused boasts of being a gangster
An off-duty Delhi police constable was shot at and another was hit with a pistol butt in a case of road rage in Narela on Wednesday night. The victims have been admitted to a city hospital and hunt is on for the accused.
The incident took place in front of the main gate of a housing colony in Narela when the two men – Constable Pawan Kumar and constable Vikash – who were in their private vehicle asked a man in a Fortuner to move his car. “This angered the driver. He took out a pistol and shot Pawan in his leg. He hit the second constable with the pistol butt,” said DCP Rohini Rishi Pal. The driver also boasted that he is gangster Monu Dabodia.
Police suspect that the accused could be related to slain gangster Neetu Dabodia who was in the list of top Delhi criminals. Neetu Dabodia was killed in a police encounter in south Delhi in October, 2013.
One of the constables is a resident of the Narela housing society where the incident took place. Eyewitnesses told police that the Fortuner car had stopped at the gate of the society and the driver was asking for directions. Constables Pawan and Vikash also reached the spot in their car and honked asking the Fortuner driver to give them way. Police said the driver in the Fortuner flew into rage and attacked the two men.
New Delhi , July 13 : A nine-year-old boy’s nude body, marked with deep cuts and possible burns, was found in a public park in south Delhi’s Pul Prahladpur on Tuesday.
The boy’s family alleged that he was tortured before being murdered as there were burn marks on his body. They suspect that the killer had stubbed burning cigarettes on his body before killing him.
Romil Baaniya, DCP (south-east), said he wanted to wait for the autopsy report to confirm if the boy was tortured or sexually abused before being murdered.
The nature of the injuries on the body has led the boy’s family to allege that an object like a screw driver or an ice-prick was used to kill him.
“There were deep puncture marks on the boy’s body which suggested a sharp object was used,” said the DCP.
According to his family, the boy had left his home to play with his friends on Tuesday afternoon. As it began raining soon after, his parents thought he must have been stuck somewhere when he did not return home in sometime.
But when the boy did not return home even by evening, his family and neighbours launched a search in the area. They also alerted the police when they could not trace him.
The boy’s body was finally found around 10.30pm in a park, less than 500 metres from his home. A visitor had spotted the body in the bushes and had raised an alarm.
“Given the weather, it is possible the body had begun to decompose quickly and left marks,” the DCP reasoned about the “burn marks”.
A murder case has been registered at Pul Prahladpur police station. However, no breakthrough in the case was made until Wednesday night. The police remained clueless about the killers as well as the possible motives behind the murder.
The investigators are searching for CCTV footage on the possible routes the boy took from his home. They are also speaking to his friends in a bid to know the killer’s identity.
The boy lived with his parents and sister in Pul Prahladpur. His father runs a business in the area and mother is a housewife.
New Delhi, July 13: Aadhaar is a 12-digit unique identification number issued to Indian citizens by the central government. Aadhar is issued and managed by the Unique Identification Authority of India (UIDAI). Over the last few months, Aadhar has become an important document. It has become mandatory for availing many services. Aadhar is issued after submission of biometric data and is used primarily in the verification processes.
Without Aadhaar, you can’t avail services like mobile connection, filing your tax returns or even for a midday meal at schools. As per the Supreme Court, the government cannot stop using Aadhaar identification for its non-welfare schemes like the opening of bank accounts, filing of tax returns, verification of new and existing mobile phone numbers and user credentials etc.
Here’s a list of the services that require your Aadhaar number
Income Tax returns– Aadhaar has been made mandatory to file Income Tax returns or applying for PAN. PAN also needs to be linked to Aadhaar.
The Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojna– The Pradhan Mantri Ujjwala Yojana for women below poverty line requires Aadhaar. To avail services under PMUJ, women need to submit detailed address, Jan Dhan bank account number and Aadhar number of all the members of their families.
Aadhaar for Sports Participants – The Union Sports Ministry and the School Games Federation of India made Aadhaar compulsory for sports participants to bring in transparency and avoid age fraud.
LPG and Kerosene subsidy- In order to eliminate corruption, the Supreme Court linked Aadhaar to the public distribution system (PDS) and LPG subsidy in 2015.
It is mandatory for Beedi/Iron Ore/limestone workers to have Aadhaar for availing house subsidy.
Supplementary nutrition program– The Ministry of Women and Child Development is implementing various schemes for welfare, development and protection of children. Aadhaar is compulsory for the supplementary nutrition program. (Also Read: Aadhaar can help you win prizes worth Rs 50,000)
Crop insurance benefit – The farmers have to get Aadhaar to avail crop insurance benefit. People eligible for subsidised foodgrains/cash subsidy will need an Aadhaar number to avail the benefit.
National Apprenticeship Promotion Scheme– Central Government for the first time will provide financial incentives to the employers to engage actively in apprenticeship training. National Apprenticeship Promotion Scheme need Aadhaar.
Janani Suraksha Yojana– is being implemented with the objective of reducing maternal and neo-natal mortality by promoting institutional delivery among the poor pregnant women. To avail, this benefit Aadhar is mandatory
Integrated Child Development Services – Aadhaar is compulsory to avail training under Integrated Child Development Services of the Ministry of Women and Child Development.
Grih Kalyan Kendra– The idea of setting up of Grih Kalyan Kendra was conceived by the Ministry of Home Affairs as a welfare scheme to help the needy employees, especially covering the women and children, belonging to lower income groups and their dependents. Aadhaar is compulsory to avail benefits under Grih Kalyan Kendra.
National Mission for Empowerment of Women: Aadhaar has been made mandatory for financial support under National Mission for Empowerment of Women.
Merit Scholarship: To avail Central scholarship and financial support given under National Means-cum-Merit Scholarship, the students need to have an Aadhar card.
E-panchayat training– is an e-Governance initiative for the rural sector providing comprehensive software solution attempting automation of Gram Panchayat functions. Aadhaar will be mandatory for e-panchayat training benefits.
Soil Health Card Scheme: Aadhaar is required for Soil Health Management Scheme and Soil Health Card Scheme.
National Creche Scheme– to provide a crèche facility to all children in the age group of 6 months to 3 years at the village level wherein supplementary nutritional food plus overall development is provided. Supplementary meals at creches require Aadhaar.
Maternity Benefits Programme (MBP)– The pregnant women and lactating mothers will receive Rs 6,000, Rs 5,000 of which will be given in three instalments. To avail this benefit Aadhaar is compulsory
Integrated Child Protection– Government had launched Integrated Child Protection to help secure the safety of children, with a special emphasis on children in need of care and protection, juveniles in conflict or contact with the law and other vulnerable children. This scheme makes Aadhaar mandatory.
Vocational training, loans– This scheme aims at providing financial support to students for pursuing employment oriented skill development courses with affordable terms and conditions. Aadhaar has been made mandatory to avail vocational training, loans, and other schemes.
National Social Assistance Program– Aadhaar will be a compulsory document to avail services under Research and Development in Water Sector and National Social Assistance Program.
Deendayal Antyodaya Yojana- Deendayal Antyodaya Yojana scheme is for the helping the poor by providing skill training. This also makes Aadhaar mandatory.
Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan (SSA)– is a programme for achievement of Universalization of Elementary Education (UEE) in a time bound manner. Under this scheme, India making free and compulsory Education to the Children of 6-14 years age group, a Fundamental Right. Aadhaar is mandatory for disabled children between 6-14 years of age who are eligible to avail benefits under Sarva Shiksha Abhiyan.
IRCTC– Aadhaar has been made made an option while booking tickets on Indian Railways’ online ticket booking platform at IRCTC.
National Action Plan for Skill Training of Persons with Disabilities– The Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship has decided to contribute 100 crores to this initiative and support MSJE at every step. It is mandatory for the disabled students who want to take benefits of National Action Plan for Skill Training of Persons with Disabilities.
National Health Mission (NHM)- Aadhaar has also been made mandatory for availing benefits under National Health Mission by trained female community health activist ASHA or Accredited Social Health Activist.
Besides these, it is also now compulsory to link to your Aadhaar with your mobile phone number. Your Skype calls are also linked to Aadhaar.
Sensex closes past 32,000 for the first time, Nifty near 9,900, FMCG, banking stocks jump
Mumbai: The Sensex on Thursday went past the 32,000-mark for the first time ever soaring over 232 points and the Nifty closed at a new peak 9,892 as inflation hit a record low, offering the RBI leeway for a lower policy rate.
The 30-share BSE index took 33 sessions to rise 1,000 points before it finally went beyond the psychologically significant 32,000. Higher Asian and European stocks provided fodder after the US Fed chief, in a House testimony, signalled that the approach to higher rates will be steady, prompting investors here to buy more.
Retail inflation for June hit a historically low 1.54% and industrial output growth for May slumped to 1.7%, boosting chances of a rate reduction by the Reserve Bank at its upcoming August policy meet.
The macro numbers were released after market hours on Wednesday. The BSE Sensex settled at a new peak of 32,037.38, up 232.56 points, or 0.73%. It surpassed its previous record of 31,804.82 touched yesterday. In past four days, the index had gained 676.75 points.
The broader 50-issue NSE Nifty spurted 75.60 points, or 0.77%, to close at fresh lifetime high of 9,891.70, bettering its earlier record 9,816.10 hit Wednesday.
CBSE UGC NET 2017 Registrations to begin from next week, golden opportunity as UGC contemplates salary hike
New Delhi, July 13: CBSE UGC NET 2017 Registrations will be starting from August 1 and interested candidates can apply online by visiting the official website cbsenet.nic.in. Sources have confirmed that the Central Government is planning to give a considerable hike to the professors as well as the Assistant Professors of UGC regcognized institutes. Accordingly, if the suggested increase is implemented, the two professions would not only be respected but also rather lucrative for the young generation. As per reports, around 8 lakh teachers and staff in state-run institutions will be benefitted from this move.
The panel’s recommendation of Union Grant Commission (UGC) for the hike of salaries of the Professors and support staff of Government colleges is likely to be accepted. As per sources, the hike is expected to be in the range of 22 to 28 per cent. New pay scale for UGC NET qualified teachers is expected to be as follows.
Details of salary hike
- According to the proposal, an entry pay of the assistance professor would increase by Rs 10,396 with a grade pay of Rs 6,000. The salary of an associate professor would hike by Rs 23,662
- For that of a Vice Chancellor, the entry pay which us currently at Rs 1,75,200, will increase by Rs 49,800 according to the proposal.
In the year 2006, the last pay hike was done. Under the decision of UGC, all the other teachers of Indian Institute of Technology, National Institute of Technology, and other state-funded institutions will be benefitted.
ISRO Assistant and UDC Notification 2017 Released, apply for 313 posts at isro.gov.in, check details here
New Delhi, July 13: Government of India, Department of Space, Indian Space Research Organisation, ISRO has released a notification on its official website for filling up 313 posts of Assistant, ISRO Centres/ Units, Upper Division Clerk, UDC Department of Space and Assistant, Autonomous Institutions/ Central PSU under Dept. of Space vacancies. The selection of candidates will be done on temporary basis. The interested candidates can submit their applications by visiting the official website of ISRO, isro.gov.in. ISRO has started accepting the applications and will be accepting till July 31, 2017. Candidates can go through the details such as age limit, educational qualification, selection process and application process by visiting the organization’s website.
A total of 313 vacancies will be filled by the selection process. The names of the posts are Assistant (ISRO Centres/ Units), Upper Division Clerk (UDC) (Department of Space) & Assistant (Autonomous Institutions/ Central PSU under Dept. of Space). The selection will be done on the basis of candidate’s performance in Written Exam and Skill Test, Computer Literacy Test.
ISRO Vacancy Details
Total of the Posts: 313
Name of the Posts:
1. Assistant for filling up in ISRO Centres/ Units: 272 Posts
a. Ahmedabad: 20 Posts
b. Bengaluru: 97 Posts
c. Hyderabad: 27 Posts
d. New Delhi: 04 Posts
e. Sriharikota: 35 Posts
f. Thiruvananthapuram: 89 Posts
2. Upper Division Clerk (UDC) for filling up in Department of Space: 02 Posts
a. Department of Space Bengaluru – 02 Posts
3. Assistant for filling-up at Autonomous Institutions/ Central PSU under Dept. of Space: 39 Posts
a. Ahmedabad: 16 Posts
b. Bengaluru: 07 Posts
c. Hyderabad: Post
d. New Delhi: 4 Posts
e. Thiruvananthapuram: 01 Post
For details of the recruitment, the interested candidates should visit the official website of Indian Space Research Organisation (ISRO).